Did you know you can see movies for free at the Main Library every Sunday in June? Our “Sunday Cinema” and “Foreign Films at Main” movie series have some great flicks scheduled. No tickets required — just come to the large auditorium of the Main Library at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
June 2 — “The Impossible”
This real-life drama follows a family of tourists caught in the mayhem of a tsunami in Thailand. (2012, PG-13)
June 9 — “Like Water for Chocolate”
This romantic film by Alfonso Arau is based on the novel by Laura Esquivel and tells a story of food and love in early 20th century Mexico. (Spanish with English subtitles, 1992, R)
June 16 — “The Guilt Trip”
Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen play a mother and son in this funny cross-country road trip adventure. (2012, PG-13)
June 23 — “Chungking Express”
This cult classic is set in Hong Kong and tells two stories about love-struck people who cross paths one night at a take-out food stand. (Cantonese and Mandarin with English subtitles, 1994, PG-13)
June 30 — “Promised Land”
The subject of hydrofracking is the backdrop of this drama about a natural gas salesman who experiences life-changing events when he arrives in a small town. (2012, R)
Please note, since the Main Library is closed on Sundays in July and August, the “Sunday Cinema” and “Foreign Films” movie series will be on hiatus this summer. They will return in September.